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The New York Times review of Murder In The First in print - Fri June 15th 2012.
online article HERE

The New York Times review of Murder In The First in print - Fri June 15th 2012.

online article HERE

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@guyburnetreal @joan_rivers and Guy’s delightful mom at Murder in the First, Guy’s American Theater Deubt twitter.com/sassygirl14/st…
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@Joan_Rivers at Murder in First w/ @chadkimball1 @guyburnetreal @AnthoulaKats Joan commented that the show was amazing! twitter.com/sassygirl14/st…
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❝ Guy Burnet (Henry Davidson) offers a performance of unquestionable veracity. He’s so good, you simply accept him as the brilliant, dogged, naïve Henry. Realizations flicker across his face, a pause before responding to verbal attack creates naturalistic timing, you can practically hear him think, and certainly feel the actor seethe. Burnet is as dynamic during trial as he is quietly attentive when struggling with Willie. Two handed dialogues are strong and sensitive. An actor to watch. ❞
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From the New York Post

Burnet, a British television star making his US stage debut, superbly conveys both Henry’s starry-eyed view of the law and his steely determination. His American accent is flawless.

From the New York Times

Guy Burnet nicely embodies a fresh-faced idealist tackling his first case

From Variety

Burnet, a star of the U.K. soap “Hollyoaks,” makes an impressive New York bow as the dauntless attorney.

From nydailynews.com

The British actor Burnet makes a sturdy New York debut as the impassioned legal eagle betrayed by family and his girlfriend

From greenfieldreporter.com

The British actor Burnet puts on an impressively convincing 1940s American accent and his character butts heads throughout the production with just about everyone from his client, to his brother Byron (John Stanisci), to his girlfriend Mary (Larisa Polonsky), who also happens to be his boss.

From womanaroundtown.com

Guy Burnet (Henry Davidson) offers a performance of unquestionable veracity. He’s so good, you simply accept him as the brilliant, dogged, naïve Henry. Realizations flicker across his face, a pause before responding to verbal attack creates naturalistic timing, you can practically hear him think, and certainly feel the actor seethe. Burnet is as dynamic during trial as he is quietly attentive when struggling with Willie. Two handed dialogues are strong and sensitive. An actor to watch.

Read more reviews at theatermania.com, huffingtonpost.com, and another at variety.com

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